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with the object of besieging Grandikota, Polepalli Bukkaraja
killed him in a battle at night. His younger brother, Singama
sent his gallant brother-in-law Jupalli Konda to capture
Bukkaraja, who shut himself in the fort of Podacedu. Konda
entered the fort, and haying promised Bukkaraja protection,
brought him to the camp. *

ri Vams&va\i ; w. 146-7 ;  VelugofivSri Vamsacaritra, p. 84.

63.   THE  SERVICES OF KAMPARAJA MALLA AND
JANNAYA NATAKA.

Before all this, in Saka 1383, Citrabhanu, Kamparajamalla
Junaraya (Mallikarjuua ?) took down the old bronze flag- staff
standing in the sacred court of Aniyarangan, and placing it in
the big sacred kitchen and covered it with gilded copper-plates
comprising 112 plates including elephant plate and waca-plate,
the gold used in gilding the staff and the Graruda on the top
of it being 1,600 palams. He gave (to the temple) several jewels
besides.

As the dvarapalaJcas on the southern side of the gopura of
Alinadan (Tirumangai) had been damaged in the period of
Islam, Jannaya Nayaka installed the Cakra and Garucla there.

KoyiUluS«, p. 141.

64.   SERVICES OF KAMPARAJA.

The restoration of Ganga and Yamuna, the dvarapalakas of
Gropuraranganayaka, damaged by the Muhammadans, was the
work of Kampaya-raja, who came to Tiruccirappalli savadi
before in the year Bahudhanya.

p* 14J.

65.   SERVICES OF TIRUMALAINATHA UTTAMA-N AMBI .
In Saka 1366, (expired) Eaktaksi, Tirumalainatha Uttama-
nambi went to Vijayanagara on a collection tour (tagdupanm),
got twenty -two villages from Praudhadevarayar MaUikarjuna-
raya, returned to Srirangam in the year Prajotpatti,  caused
* Polepalli Bukkaraja -was a famous Ksatriya chieftain of tlxe 15th ceatury ; he was
a subordinate of the king of Vijayanagara* The passage shows that the Velamas iffere not
completely subdued yet.